According to a comparison by ENTSO-E, the price of electricity transmission on Finland’s main grid is the second-lowest in Europe. The comparison covered 36 countries. Nineteen of the countries were similar to Finland: EU/EEA countries with a large land area and a main grid operating at different voltages. The lowest prices among countries in this group were found in Slovenia, Finland and Norway.
In line with Fingrid’s value pledge, our services are among the least expensive in Europe. In addition to low prices, we have been able to ensure a reliable, undisrupted electricity supply to customers, and we have ensured that a uniform price area exists throughout Finland. The transformation of the power system has substantially increased the need for investments in the main grid, but Fingrid has been able to keep its prices low by operating cost-efficiently. Tariffs have decreased by more than ten per cent since 2017.